Bellevue Hospital

New York, New York

George Washington was only four years old in 1736 when Bellevue, America's oldest public hospital, was founded. Then an almshouse for the poor, Bellevue supported 6 beds; today, the hospital accommodates nearly 800. While the sheer number of patients Bellevue treats each year is staggering, the quality and breadth of its services, as well as its distinguished staff, are widely recognized. The Pediatric Resource Center, Bellevue's outpatient pediatric clinic, uses the waiting time associated with a physician visit to provide many special programs for children and their parents. Services include a pre-hospitalization clinic, sexual abuse evaluation, adolescent parenting, and an infectious disease clinic for children who are HIV positive.

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